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Unit 1. The generation gap. Lesson 2. Language

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DONG KINH HIGH SCHOOL
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 11A1
Designed by : Doan Thi Huong Thao
UNIT 1: FAMIL LIFE
LESSON 2: LANGUAGE
There are 3 parts in this lesson.
VOCABULARY: COMPOUND NOUNS
PRONUNCIATION: STRESSED & UNSTRESSED WORDS IN SENTENCES
GRAMMAR:
* SHOULD/ SHOULDN’T TO GIVE OPINIONS ABOUT SOMETHING OR ADVICE TO SOMEONE.
* MUST & HAVE TO ARE USED TO EXPRESS OBLIGATION
I. VOCABULARY: COMPOUND NOUNDS
1/ Matching:
Compound nouns
Compound Nouns are words for people, animals, places, things, or ideas made up of 2 or more words.
Most compound nouns are made with Nouns that have been modified by Adjectives or other Nouns.
Compound nouns are sometimes ONE WORD: toothpaste
Compound nouns are connected with a hyphen: dry-cleaning/ daughter-in-law
Compound nouns appear as TWO SEPERATED WORDS :
full moon/ Christmas tree
1. Compound noun = 1N+ 1N bus stop
2. Compound noun = 1Adj+ 1 N full moon/ blackboard
3. Compound noun = 1V+ 1N washing machine/
4. . Compound noun = 1N + 1V: sunrise
5. Compound noun = 1V+ 1 Prep checkout
6. Compound noun = 1 N+ 1 Prep phrase mother- in- law
7. Compound noun = 1 Prep + 1 N: past lives
8. Compound noun = 1 N+ 1 Adj: truckful
2. Complete each question with one of the compound nouns in 1
Have your parents ever complained about your ______________?
Why is there a ___________between parents and children?
Is the _____________________the perfect type of family?
Why are soft drinks and __________ not good for our teeth.
Do you think ____________ should wear uniforms?



2. Complete each question with one of the compound nouns in 1
Have your parents ever complained about your ______________? Hairstyle/ Table manner
Why is there a _____ ___________between parents and children? Generation gap
Is the _____________________the perfect type of family? Nuclear family
Why are soft drinks and __________ not good for our teeth. Junk food
Do you think ____________ should wear uniforms?

School children




II. PRONUNCIATION
1. Listen and repeat the stressed words with the mark (‘) before the stressed syllables

1. If you can i’dentify your ‘differences with your ‘parents, you can ‘have a good re’lationship.
2. You should be res’pectful when dis’cussing any ‘areas of disa’greement.
3. ‘Take time to ‘listen to your ‘parents’ o’pinions, and ‘ask them to ‘listen to ‘yours.
4. Being ‘rude to your ‘parents ‘won’t con’vince them you’re ‘right. This can ‘have the ‘opposite ef’fect.
5. How can ‘parents sup’port their ‘children through the ‘bad times.
Pay attention to the words underlined and in bold.
ALL THESE WORDS ARE STRESSED
IDENTIFY/ HAVE/ TAKE/ LISTEN / DISCUSSING/ ASK/ CONVINCE/ SUPPORT
DIFFERENCES/ RELATIONSHIP/ AREAS/ DISAGREEMENT/ PARENTS/ OPINION/ OPPOSITE/ CHILDREN/ TIMES/ EFFECT
GOOD/ RESPECTFUL/ RUDE/ / RIGHT/ BAD
WON’T
HOW
YOURS
THIS/ THAT/ THESE/ THOSE
1. VERBS

2. NOUNS


3. ADJECTIVES

4. NEGATIVE AUXILARIES
5. QUESTION WORDS
6. POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
7. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONPOUNS
II. PRONUNCIATION
2. ARE THE WORD IN BOLD STRESSED OR UNSTRESSED ? LISTEN AND CHECK
1. A. When did you start to help your parents with the housework?
B. I don’t remember exactly when I started to help them. Perhaps at the age of five or six.
A. These shoes look really cool. Would you like to try them on?
B. No. I don’t like them. I like those shoes over there.
A. Do you think their parents are the best teachers?
B. yes, I do. They are more mature and experienced, so they will always give us the best advice.

III. GRAMMAR.
Giving our opinions about something or advice to someone, we use : SHOULD/ SHOULDN’T or OUGHT / OUGHT NOT TO
a/ Should: Describe what the speaker thinks is the right thing or the best thing to do, describe the gentle advice
Example: I should do morre home work ( my opinion)
You shouldn’t sit to close to the TV. It’s bad for your eyes
b/ Ought/ Oughtn’t to: express the compulsion The person who said the order, but not sure people listen to or not.
Example: You ought to apologize.
You oughtn’t to neglect your studies.

2. Must & Have to
a/ Must: Describe the obligation to do something, no choice .
Ex: You must endorce a check beore you cash it.
Must: Expresses the strong mandate usually spoken by the speaker
Ex: I must get my hair cut
Mustn’t: express the prohibition.
Ex: You must’t carry your gun
b/ Have to : Describe the strong force coming from outside such as law, school rules, office ...
Ex: You have to have a driving licence if you want to drive a car.
*Don’t/ Doesn’t have to: Describes voluntary, unnecessary.
Ex: You don’t have to do the washing up. I’ve got a dishwasher.

UNDERLINED THE CORRECT WORDS TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES
I think you should / shouldn’t talk to your parents about it. I’m sure they will give you the best advice.
I don’t think you ought / oughtn’t to do your brother’s homework. He must do it himself.
You must / mustn’t finish your homework before you go out with your friends.
At our school, we have to / don’t have to wear uniforms. It is a rule.
You mustn’t/ don’t have to take photographs here. This is s restricted area.

Rewrite each sentence without changing its meaning, using the words in brackets.
1. 1. It would be a good idea for you to talk to your parents about your problem. (OUGHT)
3. It’s not necessary for me to type my essay. (HAVE TO)
Rewrite each sentence without changing its meaning, using the words in brackets.

1. It would be a good idea for you to talk to your parents about your problem. (OUGHT)
You ought to talk to your parents about your problem
2. You are not allowed to use your mobile phone in the examination room. ( MUST)
You mustn’t use your mobile phone in the examination room.
3. It’s not necessary for me to type my essay. (HAVE TO)
I don’t have to type my essay.
4. I’d advise you to tell the truth to your family. (SHOULD)
You should tell the truth to your family
5. It’s necessary for young people to plan their future career carefully(MUST)
Young people must plan their future career carefully

Consolidation
1. Distinguish between compound nouns and free combinations of words.
2. Identify the stressed and unstressed words in a sentence and pronounce them correctly.
3. Can use Should and Ought to to give opinions and advice; Must and have to to express obligation
homework
1. Prepare the next lesson.
2. Do the exercises in workbook
Thanks for paying attention
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